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Paper Revolver Pt. 1: Making Parts, and Circles...

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Uploaded on Feb 18, 2012

A brief video explaining one way you can make parts out of hard paper, using the "cutting out the same shape over and over, then stacking them together" method. Structurally, this is the most stable(mind you, not the fastest or easiest) way to build a part out of paper, and can be further reinforced with things like paper clip in one of the layers, the super glue + baking soda combination, or both. I am going attempt to upload more of these kind of "How I do it" videos for this project, and yes, it is a revolver, if you haven't figured it out yet, lol.

References used so far:

http://www.okshooters.com/showthread....

http://www.smithandwessonforums.com/f...

Google Images(For Specific Parts)

*I really can't point people to specific websites for blueprints and etc.If you know what your looking for, you'll find it in google, if don't know what your looking for, you need to figure it out before you even try to make it, "the thing that ejects bullets" won't get you anywhere. Find out first that its called a "ejector" and search it together with the name of what your making, and you'll easily find what your looking for. That's pretty much all I can do for you guys when I get asked for blueprints. The two sites above are the only links I keep saved, so that's all I have to offer for now. As I find more good sites, I'll post it on future videos.

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